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Commanders of World War II

Summary
The Commanders of World War II were for the most part career officers. They were forced to adapt to new technologies and forged the direction of modern warfare. Some political leaders, particularly those of the principal dictatorships involved in the conflict, Adolf Hitler (Germany), Benito Mussolini (Italy), and Hirohito (Japan), acted as dictators for their respective countries or empires. Military commanders Allied Forces United Kingdom France United States Soviet Union Army: Filipp Golikov Australia Canada South Africa New Zealand Poland Czechoslovakia Greece Netherlands Luxembourg Yugoslavia Dušan Simović Milan Nedić Republic of China Axis Forces Germany Italy Japan Army: Korec
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